Raiders offense breaks out in final exhibition game
Carr, Raiders offense breakout in preseason finale
The Raiders had their best offensinve performance of the preseason with 41 points and 355 total yards Thursday night as they topped the Seattle Seahawks 41-31.
Seattle opens the scoring
The Seahawks took a 7-0 lead early in the first quarter on a 25-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Russell Wilson and a Steven Hauschka extra point.
Raiders get on the board
Oakland Raiders running back Latavius Murray ran for a 5-yard touchdown over Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle D'Anthony Smith to even the score 7-7 in the first quarter.
Carr comes up big
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr celebrates after a 36-yard touchdown pass to Denarius Moore, putting the Raiders up 14-7. Carr would finish the game with 143 yards on 11-13 passing and three touchdowns.
Raiders keep rolling
Tight end Mychal Rivera celebrates after catching a 20-yard touchdown pass from Derek Carr to put the Raiders up 21-7 over the Seahawks.
Back for Moore
Denarius Moore caught his second of two touchdown passes from Derek Carr early in the second quarter to give the Raiders a 28-7 lead.
After taking over for Derek Carr late in the second quarter, Matt McGloin threw an interception that was returned for a touchdown. McGloin made up for his error later in the quarter with a 15-yard touchdown pass to Brice Butler. McGloin finished with 105 yards and one touchdown .
Kicker Giorgio Tavecchio nailed a 47-yard field goal late in the third quarter, the Raiders' first of the night, to give them a 38-21 lead over the Seahawks.